The Amalfi coast is a picturesque region made up of thirteen wonderful towns extending from Positano in the west to Vietri sul Mare in the east, along the southern Mediterranean coast of Italy.
Amalfi, a great town with a very rich culture that gives the name to the coast, is in the heart of a nature reserve and is home to craftsmen who continue the ancient traditions of the region including the famous ceramics and handcrafted paper.
The island paradise of Ischia is the largest island in the Gulf of Naples It boasts an array of hotels and spas where you can take the waters and attracts an international crowd from March through November.
The Isle of Capri is famous the world over as a stylish and beautiful holiday destination. Everyone has their own Capri myth, whether it’s a myth of Sirens charming seafarers, of ancient Roman parties, of dreamy sea views, of 1950s celebrities in big sunglasses, or of lazy summer evenings spent browsing in exclusive boutiques.
Capri is an island of many contrasts. For historians, it is the palace island of the Emperor Tiberius, dotted with neglected Roman remains. For avid shoppers, it is a maze of boutiques. For celebrities and the executive visitors, a rendezvous point. For leisurely holidaymakers, it can present all this and more, along with staggering views and blue, blue sea.